So here we are. This is where I’d normally do a writeup about the third game I played for my Four in February, but this isn’t that article. This is an announcement.
I really wanted this to come out on time. Seriously, I did.
Boy this took a while to write. How strange.
Hey! It’s almost February, and you know what that means.
I’m truly sorry.
Tattletail is a recent Steam first person horror game in which you must survive five nights with your new Christmas present. A Christmas present that you opened early, because you’re an impatient child and couldn’t help but sneak a look at your present before Christmas actually came. The present? A Tattletail, a…
Hey! It’s almost February! Does everybody know what that means?
Alright, I’ve had a short break, lasting couple of hours, time to bang out my wrap-up!
So, another game comes to a close, rounding off this year’s Four in Febru-
Full disclosure: I finished Transistor around noon on the 18th. I took a bit of time to gather my thoughts, then went to work. After returning, I took a bit more time to actually start the write-up, and wrote about half of it then. I really do like the game, but I found it difficult to write about said game, which…
Here we are back again! I was only two days off of my personal guestimate for when I was going to finish this behemoth. I could have finished sooner if I hadn’t faffed about with other stuff IRL, but I’ll be getting into that in this write-up.
Hey! I’ve finished my playthrough of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin! I have… some thoughts on it. Let’s get to it!
Howdy! It’s been an amount of time since I’ve written for TAY (last year’s Hotline Miami 2 review, in fact). I’m back for yet another installment of this year’s Four in February!
Heads up! The Super Smash Bros. "A Smashing Soundtrack" reward from Club Nintendo are being sent out! I just got mine, so if you ordered one, keep an eye on your email inboxes for the shipped notification, and your real mailboxes for the discs!
You know that feeling when you've finally done that thing? That exhilaration when it's all over? The warmth flowing downwards, dripping off your face?
I know, I know, it's not February anymore.
SPOILERS FOR TOMB RAIDER (2013) FOLLOW. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Metroid Prime. What do these two games have in common? A fair bit. Both are often cited as the best in their respective series. Both are great Nintendo games. Both deviated from their predecessors in some way.
I have a confession to make.
WARNING: Spoilers for Bastion within the article. You have been warned.